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Bertram’s Smash-up into a Doorframe

Bertram is an 18 month old male Cockatiel bird. One late morning or early afternoon, he was startled by something outside, which caused him to take urgent flight, accidentally steering himself right into a door frame. I heard the clunk and thought this was surely an injury. To my surprise I found him still flying… Continue Reading

Kent’s Conversion to Homeopathy

Although he wasn’t very demonstrative, Kent adored his wife. He was very much affected when she became ill in 1878. Neither he nor any of his most competent allopathic or eclectic colleagues had the slightest success with the asthenia, weakness, persistent insomnia, and anemia, which obliged her to keep to the bed for months on… Continue Reading


A Case by Erastus C. Case, MD A widow, slender, dark hair and eyes; a nervous fretful individual. Facial neuralgia, beginning above the right temple, extends downward over the face, especially below the eye and on the right side of the nose. Face is sensitive to touch with the pain. Slight pressure will bring on… Continue Reading

Homeopathy for Everyone

Acute vs. Chronic Homeopathic Treatment Barbara Seideneck, CHom, CCH The absolutely reassuring factor about homeopathic treatment is that homeopathic remedies are natural and non-toxic. Homeopathic remedies are available over the counter in most health food stores and many pharmacies. Their reputation of being harmless extends the invitation to “try” homeopathic remedies by going to the… Continue Reading

Curing a Cataract

A case by Erastus E. Case, MD A wife and mother, aged forty-seven years, has cortical cataracts in both eyes, most advanced in the left eye. She is scrofulous (mycobacterial cervical lymphadenitis), dirty looking, unhealthy skin, and is subject to rheumatic pains in the joints. The menses are late and scanty. The left side of… Continue Reading

A Case of Nightmares

American Journal of Homeopathic Materia Medica, Nov. 1868, Philadelphia Dr. Van Tagen, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania February 5, 1868: Lee McK., aged 4 years, a light-complexioned, blue-eyed, sandy-haired boy, previous to this date, for more than two years was disturbed every night (so the mother of the child positively asserted), with the most horrid nightmares. The child… Continue Reading


Case by Erastus C. Case, MD A gentle, modest, auburn haired woman of forty-four years has suffered from cerebro-spinal menningitis, to which Gelsemium seemed specific. The fever and pains have been gone for a week, leaving her in a pitiful shameless erotic mania, during which she has been almost sleepless and growing steadily more violent… Continue Reading